Princess Charlotte has had her first ever pub named after her.
The two-year-old daughter of Prince William and Duchess Catherine - who is due to start her first day at Willcocks Nursery in London today (04.01.18) - has been honoured by having the drinking hole, The Princess Charlotte, in Colchester, Essex, run by McMullen Brewery opened with her moniker.
The boozer's owner Heydon Mizon says everyone who visits the establishment is treated like a royal, and that he's looking forward to the day the tot is old enough to come down and have a drink.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, he said: "We aim to treat every guest like royalty at The Princess Charlotte and this would, of course, include the youngster herself."
It follows Charlotte's four-year-old brother having The Prince George opened in Milton Keynes by the brewery previously.
The Princess Charlotte was originally set to open when the royal was born in 2015, however, planning was delayed.
Mizon laughed: "Thankfully the baby wasn't at the mercy of a lengthy planning delay and so arrived on time.
"But the pub was significantly overdue."
Asked how they choose the titles for their pubs, he said: "We try to select names that are interesting, relevant to the time or place that a pub is built and that will stand the test of time."
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